Efficient spin resolved spectroscopy observation machine at Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center

Taichi Okuda, Koji Miyamaoto, Hirokazu Miyahara, Kenta Kuroda, Akio Kimura, Hirofumi Namatame, Masaki Taniguchi
2011 Review of Scientific Instruments  
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more » ... tt. 100, 261603 (2012) Additional information on Rev. Sci. Instrum. Highly efficient spin-and angle-resolved photoelectron spectrometer named ESPRESSO (Efficient SPin REsolved SpectroScopy Observation) machine has been developed at the beamline BL-9B in Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center. Combination of high-resolution hemispherical electron analyzer and the high-efficient spin detector based on very low energy electron diffraction by the ferromagnetic target makes the high-energy resolution and angular resolution compatible with spin-and angle-resolved photoemission (SARPES) measurement. 7.5 meV in energy and ±0.18 • in angular resolution have been achieved with spin resolution. The ESPRESSO machine, combination of quick energy-band dispersion measurement and Fermi surface mapping by two-dimensional electron detector for the spin integrated ARPES and the high-efficient spin analysis by the efficient spin detector realizes the comprehensive investigation of spin electronic structure of materials.
doi:10.1063/1.3648102 pmid:22047286 fatcat:vuwsx53gjjcspf6nhz27tiz7v4